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Sunday Masses: 8:30 AM & 11:00 AM

Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM

Thursday: Adoration & Confession 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Church of the Resurrection

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Monday through Thursday from 9:30 am until 2:30 pm.

Closed Friday
Closed Holy Days and Holidays


  • Sun, May 9th

  • Sun, May 2nd

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Sunday - 8:30 AM (Livestream) & 11 AM

Saturday Vigil - 5 PM

(Reservations required for weekend Masses. Please call the office to be put on the permanent list or to let us know you won't be coming.) 570-546-3900

Weekday Masses:
Monday - 9 AM
Tuesday - 7 PM
Wednesday - 7 PM
Thursday - 9 AM
Friday - 7 PM

Holy days - See Bulletin

Thursdays 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
(During Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament)

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State of the Communion


May 2021

RE Class Dates: 2, 9

First Holy Communion Practice: 2nd & 9th During Class

First Holy Communion (2nd Grade): 16th

Confirmation (8th Grade): 23rd

Online-Only: Sessions 29, 30, 31, 32, 33



The month of May marks the end of in-person Religious Education at Resurrection. Not only did we have to change the arrangement of the classrooms, and deal with masks and distancing mandated by the diocese, we also changed our curriculum to Sophia Press. This is a more robust and demanding Catholic curriculum, that long term will better suit the religious education of your child and we will continue with this curriculum moving forward. 

We had three families participate in our “Family of Faith” Curriculum, the first entirely parent-led Religious Education done at this parish. We look forward to improving that initiative in years to come and helping parents directly educate their children in the Faith. We also had an online-only option, as well as a hybrid model for families. We know there are still kinks to work out with the online portion, but we’re proud we gave that option to families as some local churches did not have any instruction this year. We felt we could not go down that path of not offering anything to families.

Thank you for your patience with us this year as many things were unknown and many changes were implemented. As a thank you, we’d like to offer parents to-go iced coffees after Religious Education. Make sure to get your coffee! If I can assist you and your family in any way please reach out to me directly through RemindApp or through my email: [email protected]

In Christ,
Jesse Martin


Other Announcements to take note

    • First Holy Communion Dates: (2 Dates - Live-Streamed)
      • Sunday, May 16th @11 AM Mass
      • Saturday, May 22nd @5 PM Mass
  •  Confirmation Date: (Live-Streamed)
      • Sunday May 23rd @ 11 AM Mass
  • Last Day of Class: 
    • Sunday, May 9th (Farewell - Donut Party - Coffee to Go for Parents)

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